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May 7, 2014, 12:08 pm

By News Staff Reporters

MOUNT VERNON — The voters in the Centerburg Joint Recreation District denied efforts to raise money for the care and maintenance of the park that sits at the intersection of Ohio 3/U.S. 36 and Ohio 314.

By a vote of 221 for and 246 against, the levy was defeated.

Don McCracken, Hilliar Township trustee, said that this is the second time that voters have turned the option down.

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